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Newcastle

Teachers who Fell in 1914-18
Source: National Union of Teachers War Record 1914-1919. A short account of duty and work accomplished during the war. Published in 1920 by Hamilton House, Mabledon Place, London, W.C.1.

C.S. - County School
N.S. - National School
R.C.S. - Roman Catholic School
Ch.S. - Church School
Sen. - Senior
Sec - Secondary
Stand - Standard
S Ė School

THE GALLANT DEAD

NAME - RANK - REGIMENT - SCHOOL

NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE
Bell, J. - Private - N.F. - Ouseburn C.S.
Collin, R. - Corporal - Yorks - Westgate Hill C.S.
Cox, P.E. - Captain - N.F. - Walker (East) C.S.
Elliott, C.W. - Pioneer - R.E. - Rutherford College Sec.S.
Hancock, W. - 2nd Lieutenant - N.F. - Walker R C.S.
Henderson, J.L. - Captain - N.F. - Welbeck Rd C.S.
Hudspith, A. - 2nd Lieutenant - D.L.I. - Westgate Hill C.S.
Hughes, J. - Lance-Corporal - N.F. - West Walker C.S.
Morgan, C.J. - 2nd Lieutenant - M.G.C. - St Maryís R C.S.
Moubouissin, V. - Lieutenant - French Army - Rutherford College Sec.S.
Ogg, Miss K.E. - Nurse - V.A.D. - Wingrove C.S.
Roan, W.T. - 2nd Lieutenant - D.L.I. - Walker Gate C.S.
Rowland, E.C. - Private - N.F. - St Peterís C.S.
Sibbitt, G.B. - Lieutenant - N.F. - St Paulís Ch S
Sibbitt, H. - Major - N.F. - West Jesmond C.S.
Watson, E.G. - 2nd Lieutenant - S.Lincs - Ouseburn C.S.
Wright, F.H. - RQM Sergeant - N.F. - Canning St C.S.

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